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Maciej

Support for testing C# standalone app ?

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Hi,

Is it possible to use AutoIt for testing Windows Standalone C# application (written in VS2008)?

I would like to perform some GUI tests (click on buttons, fetch data from specific fields and provide data to other ones.)

Unfortunately AutoIt Windows Info doesn't recognize these fields in my app.

As these fields are auto-generated and can be expanded or moved so just using method "point and click" by providing position is not an option.

So, once again, are there any plans for supporting Windows application written in C# ?

BR,

Maciej

 

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Hi,

If the controls are not detected with the infotool, then they are not standard sys/win32 controls.

Thus you won't be able to control them with the Control* functions.

Br, FireFox.


 

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